Dr Damian Damianov, MBA, PhD
Damian Damianov joined Durham University Business School in July 2013 as a Reader in Economics and Finance. Prior to that, he was an Associate Professor at the University of Texas Pan American. His research interests are in the areas of financial economics and microeconomic theory.
Damian Damianov joined Durham University Business School as a Reader in Economics and Finance in July 2013. He completed his PhD at the University of Heidelberg in 2006 and started the same year as an Assistant Professor at the University of Texas Pan American where he was granted tenure and promoted to an Associate Professor in 2012.
His academic interests are in the areas of financial economics and microeconomic theory. His research in auction and contest theory appeared in peer reviewed journals such as European Economic Review, Games and Economic Behavior and Economic Theory.
He regularly teaches the modules Derivative Markets and Advanced Financial Theory on the Masters in Finance programme.
His current research focuses on understanding the determinants of the price dynamics of real estate assets and the characteristics of owner occupied housing as an asset in the financial portfolio of households. He would particularly welcome PhD students who wish to research in real estate finance.
- Banking, Institutions and Development
- Economics & Finance Faculty
- Experimental Methods in Business Research
- Quantitative Research in Financial Economics
- Microeconomic Theory with Applications to Financial Markets
- Real Estate
- Healthcare Industries
- Damianov, D. & Peeters, R. (2017). On the disclosure of ticket sales in charitable lotteries. Economics Letters 150: 73-76.
- Damianov, D. S. & Escobari, D. (2016). Long-Run Equilibrium Shift and Short-Run Dynamics of U.S. Home Price Tiers during the Housing Bubble. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics 53(1): 1-28.
- Escobari, D., Damianov, D. S. & Bello, A. (2015). A time series test to identify housing bubbles. Journal of Economics and Finance 39(1): 136-152.
- Damianov, D. S. (2015). Should lotteries offer discounts on multiple tickets?. Economics Letters 126: 84-86.
- Damianov, D.S. & Pagan, J.A. (2013). Health Insurance Coverage, Income Distribution and Healthcare Quality in Local Healthcare Markets. Health Economics 22(8): 987-1002.
- Damianov, D.S. (2012). Seller Competition by Mechanism Design. Economic Theory 51(1): 105-137.
- Damianov, D.S. & Sanders, S. (2012). Why Don't You Two Get a Room? A Puzzle and Pricing Model of Extra Services in Hotels. Journal of Industrial Organization Education 6(1): 1035.
- Damianov, D.S. (2011). A Classroom Experiment on Status Goods and Consumer Choice. Journal of Economics and Finance Education 10(1): 1-13.
- Damianov, D.S. & Sanders, S. (2011). Status Spending Races, Cooperative Consumption, and Voluntary Public Income Disclosure: A Classroom Experiment. International Review of Economic Education 10(1): 29-53
- Calafiore, P. & Damianov, D.S. (2011). The Effect of Time Spent Online on Student Achievement in Economics and Finance Online Courses. Journal of Economic Education 42(3): 209-223.
- Damianov, D.S. & Becker, J.G. (2010). Auctions with Variable Supply: Uniform Price versus Discriminatory. European Economic Review 54(4): 571-593
- Damianov, D.S., Oechssler, J. & Becker, J.G. (2010). Uniform vs. Discriminatory Auctions with Variable Supply—Experimental Evidence. Games and Economic Behavior 68(1): 60-76.
- Damianov, D.S., Kupczynski, L., Calafiore, P., Damianova, E.P., Soydemir, G. & Gonzalez, E. (2009). Time Spent Online and Student Performance in Online Business Courses: A Multinomial Logit Analysis. Journal of Economics and Finance Education 8(2): 11-22.
- Damianov, D.S. (2008). The Uniform Price and the Discriminatory Auction with Variable Supply. Applied Economics Research Bulletin Special Issue I (Auctions): 89-98
- Becker, J.G. & Damianov, D.S (2006). On the Existence of Symmetric Mixed Strategy Equilibria. Economics Letters 90(1): 84-87
- Damianov, D.S. (2005). The Uniform Price Auction with Endogenous Supply. Economics Letters 88(2): 152-158.